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NYCELLI Panel: Strategies for Better Community Involvement in the Environmental Review Process

When:
September 23, 2019: 3:00PM to 5:00PM
Where:
Downtown Conference Center at Pace University - 157 William Street, 1st Floor, New York, NY 10038 map
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Join the New York City Environmental Law Leadership Institute (NYCELLI) for an interactive roundtable designed to discuss and educate members of the public on the federal, state, and city environmental review processes.

This discussion will focus on the Lower Manhattan Coastal Resiliency Plan. The LMCR Plan, released in March 2019, is an umbrella project composed of several sub-projects which collectively aim to reduce flood risks from coastal storms and sea level rise in Lower Manhattan. The content of the discussion, however, is relevant to all projects subject to the environmental review process.

Speakers include:

Michael Dulong, JD. Mr. Dulong is Senior Attorney at Riverkeeper. His work focuses on a range of watershed and community protection issues, such as advancing sustainable animal farming practices, investigating pollution violations, and promoting strict drinking water protections for nine million New York City and Hudson Valley residents while minimizing the impact of those measures on local ecosystems and municipalities.

Michael Gerrard, JD. Mr. Gerrard is the founder and director of the Sabin Center for Climate Change Law at Columbia University, as well as a former environmental lawyer with 30 years of practice in New York and a prolific writer in the area of environmental law and climate change.

Robin Levine, JD. Ms. Levine practiced general litigation for several years at the New York City Law Department before becoming a founding member of the New York City Law Department’s Environmental Law Division. After several years in the Environmental Law Division, she then practiced environmental law at the New York City Department of Environmental Protection, leading a team of lawyers representing DEP in all aspects of environmental compliance. She retired in 2019.

Michael Musso, MS, MPH, PE. Mr. Musso is Senior Project Engineer at HDR with over 20 years’ experience in environmental engineering, consulting, and regulatory compliance. He has had hands-on experience with managing site investigations, human health risk and exposure assessments, and remedial design projects. He has conducted several remedial investigation/feasibility studies for soil, sediment, surface water, air, and groundwater investigations and remediation projects.

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